Cow Girl Kirsty Eyre

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Cow Girl by [Kirsty Eyre]

Billie fled her Yorkshire upbringing to pursue her dreams of finding a cure for the illness which killed her mother, yet when her father gets sick, she must return home to save the farm.

But the transition from city girl to country lass isn’t easy, not least because leaving London means leaving her relationship with Joely Chevalier, French pharmaceutical femme fatale, just as it was heating up. And when she gets to Yorkshire, Billie’s shocked to discover the family dairy farm is in dire straits.

Battling misogyny, homophobia and the economic turmoil of a dairy crisis, can Billie find a way to save the farm, save the cows and save herself?

  • Published: 30th April 2020
  • Print Length: 309 pages
  • Publisher: HarperCollins

About Kirsty:

Kirsty Eyre is the winner of the inaugural Comedy Women in Print award (2019). Her debut novel, Cow Girl is out Summer 2020.

You can follow her on @KirstyJaneEyre on Twitter.

An avid tea-drinker, she is trying not to melt down about homeschooling and working (non-writing) alongside supposedly progressing her second novel – eeeeek! whilst releasing a debut novel in this new lockdown world we live in. She sends love and solidarity to everyone around the world. If you’re having a bad day, drink tea and give yourself a break…

Her writing credits include several comedy stage plays receiving great acclaim at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Originally from Yorkshire, she now lives in South East London with her partner and two children.

COW GIRL is her debut novel and is out on Kindle on April 30th and in paperback on June 25th 2020

My Review:

Wow what a book!

I cannot believe that this is a debut novel, it has been an excellent read.

I have devoured this book in just one sitting and this is one I will be recommending. I have loved the unique plot of this one.

The characters in this book are great and the author has covered themes of misogyny and homophobia sensitively and in a way that is not offensive in any way.

Personally, I can think of nothing worse than working on a dairy farm so following main character Billie has been an enjoyable and on occasions entertaining throughout.

After reading this gem, I am excited to see what the author has in store for us with future books. This is definitely a five star read for me.

You can also check out my reviews on Twitter and Instagram.

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Little Miss Book Lover xoxo

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